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to get you started today at 6:00. we are glad you're with us early i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> i'm steve chenevey. thank you for being with us. let's talk about earl a little bit more now. evacuations are already under way in north carolina this morning as hurricane earl approaches the east coast. officials ordered all tourists to leave okracoke island starting at 5:00 a.m. this morning. the island's year-round residents are being asked to leave but they do not have to follow the evacuation order. >>> the scene was pretty peaceful along north carolina's outer banks yesterday but the storm is expected to range bring high winds and rains to the area by late thursday, early friday. all right, tuck. we are preparing for what is going on there. just hot for us here. >> mid-90s again in the forecast here. the big change from last night when most people went to bed, hurricane watch now issued for the virginia coastline in addition to most of the north carolina. got a map to show you. we'll take another quick look at earl. surf city, north carolina to paramour island, that is under a hurricane w
front. that will bring us a great looking weekend. there is a closer look at earl. it is losing some of its distinctive features. that eye wall is starting to collapse. it will maintain its intensity as it pushes off to the north and east. remember yesterday, it is is a major hurricane with winds approach aring 170 miles per hour. so not quite the beast it was yesterday. 78degrees at reagan national. humidity, 66%. wind are out of the east at seven miles per hour. our forecast is not a bad one. clouds will start the day. we'll have more sunshine later. there could be a few bands of rain that sneak as far north and west as the washington area. i think some of our viewers just south and east see a little rain. generally partly cloudy skies with highs about 90. >> okay. looking forward if a nice long weekend. >> you got it. >> let's check in with julie wright with the late off the traffic for us. >> good morning to you all. right on the roads, here we go southbound i-95 in a jam at this point because of an accident down in newington tying up the two left lanes. that explains the slow tr
for being with us this morning on fox 5 morning news. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> we want to take a live look at ocean city. what a beautiful start to the day there but they are getting ready as hurricane earl approaches. the governor has declared a state of emergency. he says it is unlikely ocean city will need to be evacuated. sherry ly is live in ocean city and we'll talk to her in just a few minutes. over in virginia, the governor has also declared a state of emergency. residents and visit iters have been ordered to leave hatteras on the outer banks. >> certainly a formidable hurricane. maximum winds have increased 145 miles per hour, gusted to about 170. it continues to intensify and deepen. i don't think it will get much stronger than this but this is a very powerful storm. thank goodness, it won't directly make landfall. we'll talk first about current conditioned. i mentioned to you it is trekking off to the north and northwest at about 17 miles per hour. now, centered 410 miles south of cape hatteras, north carolina. it looks like it will be right off the the coast
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